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06/04/2014

US District Court judge essentially ends NOM's ridiculous IRS lawsuit

by Jeremy Hooper

Some snips:

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Full ruling here.

In light of the facts, "damages from this single disclosure" is going to be a tough one for NOM to prove. A buck? A buck fifty, maybe?

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